Joshua D. Freilich
Joshua D. Freilich
Professor of Criminal Justice, John Jay College
Verified email at jjay.cuny.edu - Homepage
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Distinguishing “loner” attacks from other domestic extremist violence: A comparison of far‐right homicide incident and offender characteristics
J Gruenewald, S Chermak, JD Freilich
Criminology & Public Policy 12 (1), 65-91, 2013
2422013
Intelligence-led policing as a framework for responding to terrorism
EF McGarrell, JD Freilich, S Chermak
Journal of Contemporary Criminal Justice 23 (2), 142-158, 2007
2152007
Introducing the United States extremis crime database (ECDB)
JD Freilich, SM Chermak, R Belli, J Gruenewald, WS Parkin
Terrorism and Political Violence 26 (2), 372-384, 2014
2012014
American terrorism and extremist crime data sources and selectivity bias: An investigation focusing on homicide events committed by far-right extremists
SM Chermak, JD Freilich, WS Parkin, JP Lynch
Journal of Quantitative Criminology 28 (1), 191-218, 2012
1272012
The organizational dynamics of far-right hate groups in the United States: Comparing violent to nonviolent organizations
S Chermak, J Freilich, M Suttmoeller
Studies in Conflict & Terrorism 36 (3), 193-218, 2013
1082013
An assessment of the empirical validity and conceptualization of individual level multivariate studies of lifestyle/routine activities theory published from 1995 to 2005
R Spano, JD Freilich
Journal of criminal justice 37 (3), 305-314, 2009
1042009
Gang Membership, Gun Carrying, and Employment: Applying Routine Activities Theory to Explain Violent Victimization Among Inner City, Minority Youth Living in Extreme Poverty∗
R Spano, JD Freilich, J Bolland
Justice Quarterly 25 (2), 381-410, 2008
1002008
Criminology theory and terrorism: Introduction to the special issue
JD Freilich, G LaFree
Terrorism and Political Violence 27 (1), 1-8, 2015
982015
Surveying American state police agencies about terrorism threats, terrorism sources, and terrorism definitions
JD Freilich, SM Chermak, J Simone Jr
Terrorism and Political Violence 21 (3), 450-475, 2009
942009
Preventing deadly encounters between law enforcement and American far-rightists
JD Freilich, SM Chermak
Crime Prevention Studies 25 (1), 141-172, 2009
932009
Far-right lone wolf homicides in the United States
J Gruenewald, S Chermak, JD Freilich
Studies in Conflict & Terrorism 36 (12), 1005-1024, 2013
912013
Critical events in the life trajectories of domestic extremist white supremacist groups: A case study analysis of four violent organizations
JD Freilich, SM Chermak, D Caspi
Criminology & Public Policy 8 (3), 497-530, 2009
912009
Extreme hatred: Revisiting the hate crime and terrorism relationship to determine whether they are “close cousins” or “distant relatives”
CE Mills, JD Freilich, SM Chermak
Crime & Delinquency 63 (10), 1191-1223, 2017
85*2017
Expert testimony and positive identification of human remains through cranial suture patterns
TL Rogers, TT Allard
Journal of Forensic Science 49 (2), 1-5, 2004
812004
The relationship between hate groups and far-right ideological violence
A Adamczyk, J Gruenewald, SM Chermak, JD Freilich
Journal of contemporary criminal justice 30 (3), 310-332, 2014
792014
Reducing terrorism through situational crime prevention
R Clarke
Criminal Justice Press, 2009
752009
Surveying American state police agencies about lone wolves, far-right criminality, and far-right and Islamic jihadist criminal collaboration
SM Chermak, JD Freilich, J Simone Jr
Studies in Conflict & Terrorism 33 (11), 1019-1041, 2010
692010
The impact of state laws protecting abortion clinics and reproductive rights on crimes against abortion providers: Deterrence, backlash, or neither?
WA Pridemore, JD Freilich
Law and Human Behavior 31 (6), 611-627, 2007
682007
Investigating the applicability of macro-level criminology theory to terrorism: A county-level analysis
JD Freilich, A Adamczyk, SM Chermak, KA Boyd, WS Parkin
Journal of Quantitative Criminology 31 (3), 383-411, 2015
662015
Routine activities and right-wing extremists: An empirical comparison of the victims of ideologically-and non-ideologically-motivated homicides committed by American far-rightists
WS Parkin, JD Freilich
Terrorism and Political Violence 27 (1), 182-203, 2015
662015
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